posted on Dec, 2 2004 @ 05:14 PM
Gruden shoots down Notre Dame rumors
Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden told the Tribune's Katherine Smith that he is not a candidate to replace Tyrone Willingham at Notre Dame.
Abraham willing to play tag with Jets
John Abraham wouldn't be upset if the Jets made him their franchise player. Abraham told the Star-Ledger's Dave Hutchinson that he is "fine with
Warner doesn't want to be a backup
New York Daily News
Daily News columnist Gary Myers writes that Giants QB Kurt Warner may retire if he fails to find a team that will let him start.
Rumors don't faze Martz
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The Post-Dispatch's Jim Thomas reports that coach Mike Martz laughed yesterday when asked by reporters if he would be fired if he failed to guide the
Rams deep into the playoffs.
Retirement plan could be real deal for McNair
Only one thing bothers Titans quarterback Steve McNair more than not being able to play on Sundays: Not being able to play when he's away from
football field, when the ones calling his name are his children.
Rudi passes on contract talk
Rudi Johnson tried to run away from the questions Wednesday the way he ran away from Cleveland linemen Sunday. Is he upset the Bengals have not
re-signed him yet?
Ricky Williams passes on returning to the NFL
David Cornwell, the attorney who negotiated a possible return to the NFL for Williams, said Thursday he was told by Williams that the former Dolphins
running back has declined an offer by the league that would have allowed for him reinstatement to the league.
Stanford interested in Fassel
New York Daily News
Jim Fassel could be headed back to college. The former Giants coach has had 'informal discussions' with 'prominent people' at Stanford University
about their vacant head coaching job, according to his agent, Steve Rosner.
Gibbs: No timetable
Amid continuing questions about his future, Gibbs said he wouldn't hesitate to quit if he were failing at his job. However, the coach offered no
timetable for judging his progress.